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what's trending on the web. he once ran for president of the u.s., of south carolina, and now stephen colbert for senate? with republican jim demint of south carolina leaving the senate before his term is over, there's already a groundswell of support on the web for colbert to take his seat. someone has already even created @colbertforsenate but alas south carolina governor nikki halec is dashing the dream of colbert fans everywhere. >>> in a facebook past haley said he forgot about a key state about his home state, south carolina state drink is milk and did thank him for his interest. sushi, anyone? take a look at the size of this fish, wow. it might be the largest yellow fin tuna ever caught with a rod and a reel. look at that thing. a fishermen battled the big fish for two hours in mexican waters about 1,000 miles southwest of san diego. i cannot get over the size of that fish. the official weight won't be known until sunday when they pull into port, but in a telephone interview, the boat skipper said it weighed in at a record 459 pounds. wow. >>> is this the end of "gangnam style"
, but i'm wondering if you think it's stunt or serious. comedian stephen colbert wanting demint's seat. >> well, he can certainly run for office and try to earn it. but nikki haley, the governor of south carolina, will be choosing who will replace jim demint. i worked for bill frist and he had a joke, as majority leader, that it's like being undertaker. 99 people under you and no one listening. so perhaps jim demint felt that no one was listening. but as someone who actually believes in service and in the honor of being a united states senator, i don't exactly agree with quitting your term midway after all the people who worked so hard for you, who raised money, who went to the polls to support you. it's going to stay in our seat because the governor of south carolina is a republican, yet i think that jim demint did owe his constituents a little bit more than two years. >> i actually agree with amy on that. and unfortunately, he's getting a lot of comparisons with sarah palin, which can't really be a good thing. >> what about just very, very quickly, because we're almost out of time, a
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